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I use a radio shack wireless phone recording controller to record phone
training's to save as mp3 files for my company. I installed a logitech quick cam
ver 10.4 the other day and now I can't set my mic to phone line to record my
phone conversations. What has happened?
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| From LDUHAWK
| Mon, 14 May 2007 22:05:05 EDT
| Subject: [Audacity-help] can't use mic setting
| I use a radio shack wireless phone recording controller to record phone
| training's to save as mp3 files for my company. I installed a logitech quick
| cam ver 10.4 the other day and now I can't set my mic to phone line to
| record my phone conversations. What has happened?
I have not checked manuals for the equipment you are referring to, but if
you are trying to select input sources for your soundcard in Audacity's Mixer
Toolbar dropdown selector:
it may be that the Logitech is seen as the current Windows system recording
device. If you have Audacity set on the Audio I/O tab of its Preferences
to use Microsoft SoundMapper as the "recording device", then Audacity will
use the default system recording device. If that device is the Logitech, then
the Mixer Toolbar dropdown will not offer you the input options of the
soundcard because the soundcard is not set in Audacity as the recording
device. Simply set Audacity's recording device explicitly to your soundcard.
If you have any further questions, please tell us what operating system you are
on (e.g. Windows XP) and what version of Audacity you are using (see Help >
About Audacity in the program).
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Tested on: 5/15/2007 9:50:06 AM